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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 11-25-2012, 10:59 AM Thread Starter
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2007 swing arm paint code?

I have a few scratches on my swing arm from my rear lift and left boot. Now I want to touch them up. Anyone got ideas. I tried searching but most were on 06 and under. I'm looking for a perfect oem match for my 2007


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The swingarm is anodized black. It will be tough to match any touch-up paint. Rustoleum satin black is close.
Powder coating the whole thing is your best bet.

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Touching up my roughed up 07 black swingarm around now...
Keep it on the bike, mask everything closer to the bike after the big welds.
Sanded and premiered it tonight, tomorrow gonna paint it flat black...

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The swing arm on the 07 is painted, the only reason I know is because Honda gave me the paint code. When I get home from work I will let ya know what it is.
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Scratches are too small to get it redone. Not worth the money or effort IMO.


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ok I lost the paper I had it written on, but I just called honda and the paint code for the swing arm is called temple black metallic, and the paint code is nh461m and the part number through a honda dealership for a touchup bottle is 08p50-nh461m-pn. hope this helps ya out. You can pic up the touch up for under 8 bucks online, my dealership cost is $10.76 with tax.
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ok I lost the paper I had it written on, but I just called honda and the paint code for the swing arm is called temple black metallic, and the paint code is nh461m and the part number through a honda dealership for a touchup bottle is 08p50-nh461m-pn. hope this helps ya out. You can pic up the touch up for under 8 bucks online, my dealership cost is $10.76 with tax.
Thanks for the info, I was going to powder coat my swing arm at first to get rid of the scratch. You just save me some money and time.

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Any time. It took honda customer service 2 days to get back to me the first time I asked, this time they had my previous call log so I got it right away.
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ok I lost the paper I had it written on, but I just called honda and the paint code for the swing arm is called temple black metallic, and the paint code is nh461m and the part number through a honda dealership for a touchup bottle is 08p50-nh461m-pn. hope this helps ya out. You can pic up the touch up for under 8 bucks online, my dealership cost is $10.76 with tax.

Hi there,

I too am needing to buy a bottle of touch up paint for the black swingarm on my 07 RR. Your post is really helpful with listing the part number for the product. However I live in the UK and I am struggling to find the paint, can you tell me if you have a link to where I can buy it online?

Many thanks,

Robin.
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